Beautiful on Belah, the scene is set by the towering Scholar trees, a hedge of old fashioned roses and freshly cut lawn.
All our lives we are drawn to find our place, a place to call home and a piece of beautiful earth to put down roots and call our own. Quite often it is the place where we want to grow old or leave a legacy. To think in the beginning that even the very land beneath you could become part of the most valuable suburbs in Canberra. To think that one day, something so simple and honest could grow to be so coveted.
The picture perfect character cottage sits happily at the front of an established 769 sqm block, the premium O’Connor position shoulder-to-shoulder with Black Mountain and the City.
This home is enchanting, inviting, and cute as a button. Full of light and charm, with nods to the past in original fixtures, timber floors, fireplace and sash windows, and contemporary updates with modern kitchen and en suite. Sunshine beams into the home through large north-west facing windows and French doors connecting the rear of the home to a gorgeous alfresco decking.
A welcoming home with unlimited potential, perfectly ready to be a home for right now, Belah Street is a beautiful example of a well-kept slice of Canberra with established and rejuvenated homes sheltered by a quiet streetscape of established trees. A nod to the past with a very promising future ahead.
.perfectly positioned on a beautiful leafy street in the heart of O’Connor
.immaculate presentation inside and out
.separate formal living area
.open plan dining and family room
.kitchen with quality appliances and ample storage and bench space
.light and bright interiors
.four generous bedrooms, two with built in robes
.master with renovated ensuite bathroom
.main bathroom with seperate wc
.gorgeous timber windows
.ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling
.large timber deck opening from the kitchen
.single carport with a remote control door plus a large storage shed
.brilliant location near the O’Connor Shops, Turner School, St Josephs, ANU and bike paths.
Land size: 769m2 (approx.)
Living size: 123 m2 (approx.)
Land value: $670,000 (approx.)
Land rates: $4,585 pa (approx.)
Year built: 1953 (approx.)
7 Belah Street